🦠 BYRON BAY COVID-19 INFORMATION 🦠
Queensland Health has advised that two new cases of COVID-19 attended a number of venues in the Byron Bay area from Friday March 26 to Sunday March 28 before returning to Queensland.
People who have been in Greater Brisbane since 20 March who are now in NSW must comply with the same stay at home restrictions that apply to Greater Brisbane, regardless of their current location.
NSW Health says anyone who attended the following venues at these times should get tested immediately and self-isolate until further advice is provided:
👉🏽 BYRON BEACH HOTEL on Friday March 26, between 7.15pm-8.30pm
👉🏽 SUFFOLK BEACHFRONT HOLIDAY PARK, specifically the women's communal toilets, on Friday March 26 between 6pm-9:30pm and Saturday March 27 between 3:20pm-3:50pm
👉🏽 MOKHA CAFE on Saturday March 27 between 10:30am-11:30am
👉🏽 THE FARM BYRON BAY on Sunday March 28, between 8:45am and 10:30am
A complete list of venues of concern in NSW, and the related health advice, is available on the NSW Government website and people from the Byron Bay area or those who visited at the weekend are advised to check it regularly for updates: https://nsw.gov.au/covid-19/latest-news-and-updates
NSW Health is providing new COVID-19 testing clinics and increasing the hours of existing clinics across Northern NSW today. Two new clinics will be in operation in Byron Bay, including a drive-through, and Byron Central Hospital will increase its operating hours. The new clinics are:
👉🏽 Byron Bay QML Pathology Drive-Through, Cavanbah Sports Ground, 249 Ewingsdale Rd, Byron Bay. Open from 8am to 8pm 7 days from midday today
👉🏽Byron Bay Walk-in Pop-Up Clinic; Byron Bay surf club car park, Bay St, Byron Bay. Open from 8am to 6pm from Monday to Sunday from this afternoon.
NSW Health is urging anyone in the Byron Bay area with even the mildest of symptoms to come forward for testing and self-isolate immediately.
To find your nearest clinic, visit: https://bit.ly/3u3cvxb, or contact your GP.
March 29, 2021, 9:03 pm